Evelyn De Morgan, "S.O.S" (detail)

Support Us

Support us

There are several ways you can support the Foundation: Donate, Volunteer, or become a Friend of the Foundation.

Donate

Your donation will support the essential activities of the Foundation, including care and conservation of the collection, coordinating loans and developing education and outreach sessions. However large or small your gift every donation is important to us and gratefully received. You can make a donation online, or alternatively, contact us at info@demorgan.org.uk

To read about our current conservation campaign, click here: Paintings Conservation Campaign

You may also consider donating relevant items to our collection. As well as our extensive collection of William De Morgan ceramics and paintings and drawings by Evelyn De Morgan, we have an archive of over 800 items relating to William and Evelyn and the collection’s founder Mrs Stirling. Our collections are often utilised by researchers and academics, as well as informing research and study by the Foundation’s own staff and volunteers. If you are interested in donating something that would enhance our collection, please contact us at info@demorgan.org.uk

Become a Friend

A membership to the De Morgan Foundation is a must for any Arts & Crafts or Pre-Raphaelite enthusiast. As well as supporting the work of the Foundation, you will benefit from a programme of events and social outings, 10% off our online shop, and regular newsletters and e-mailings keeping you up to date on developments with the Foundation, loan exhibitions and events.

Individual Friends annual membership is £20, and Joint Friends annual membership (for two people at the same address) is £30. We also offer a gift membership which includes a De Morgan card and a form for the recipient to fill out. You can buy your Friends membership today from our online shop.

Volunteer

Our volunteers are a valued asset, helping the Foundation run smoothly day-to-day, as well as contributing to projects involving education, outreach, conservation, interpretation and exhibition development. To find out more about volunteering with the De Morgan Foundation please visit our Volunteering page.